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February 6, 2015 Options
Righteous and lefteous
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
Sarah Webster Fabio 
Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues   Options Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues
(Folkways 1976)
ECD  In Tempo   Options Major Force: The Original Art-Form
(Mo' Wax 1990)

Whitey McPherson with the Rhythm Wreckers  Red-Headed Music Maker   Options b/w Blue Yodel No. 3
(Vocalion 1937)
Cal Shrum & His Colorado Hillbillies  Blue Streak   Options Cal Shrum with His Rhythm Rangers & His Colorado Hillbillies
(B.A.C.M. 1936)
Smilin' Eddie Hill & the Tennessee Mountain Boys  The Little Shirt My Mommy Made for Me   Options b/w I Never See My Baby Alone
(Apollo 1947)
Leon McAuliffe & His Western Swing Band  Blacksmith Blues   Options b/w I'm Going Back to Birmingham
(Columbia 1952)
Sandy Harrison with Tommy Lloyd & His Strolling Cowboys  A Package of Heartaches   Options b/w You Need Not Cry Anymore
Joann Pomeranz & Tommy Lloyd
(Blue Hen 1957)
Margie Singleton  Shattered Kingdom   Options b/w I Want to Be Where You're Gonna Be
(Starday 1958)
Luke Simmons & the Blue Mountain Boys  Deep Sea Jamboree   Options Luke Simmons & The Blue Mountain Boys
(Danny 1960)

Talkover Music:
Sol Hoopi 
Farewell Blues   Options Hula Blues
(Rounder 1926)

Cheikha Habiba Saghira  Ould Bladi   Options
Najat Aatabou   Halfa 'Alih   Options Halfa 'Alih
(Nabilophone )
CDE Chinx  Pasi Wempadagu   Options Ngorimba
(Zimbabwe Music Corp. )
Honoré Avolonto & Poly-Rythmo  Avi Yaman Houé   Options Honoré Avolonto
(Aux Ecoutes )
Zinja Hlungwani  N'wagezani   Options Shangaan Electro:
New Wave Dance Music from South Africa
(Honest Jons )

Talkover Music:
Aesop Rock 
Forest Crunk   Options Daylight
(Definitive Jux 2002)

Cruel Frederick  Bells   Options The Birth of the Cruel
(SST 1988)
Sonore  OTO   Options Cafe OTO: London
(Trost 2011)
Nat Adderley  Sister Caroline   Options Branching Out
(Riverside 1958)
Mototeru Takagi & Sabu Toyozumi  Untitled #3   Options At Man-Bou
(No label 2002)

Talkover Music:
Bama & The Family 
Jibberish   Options Truth & Soul Presents African Music Today
(Truth & Soul )

Débile Menthol  Crash Que Peut   Options Emile au Jardin Patrologique
(RecRec Music 1981)
Nini Raviolette  Suis-Je Normale   Options Nini Raviolette
(Celluloid 1980)
Arthur Russell  "Instrumentals" Volume 2 (pt. 1)   Options First Thought Best Thought
(Recorded at Franklin Furnace, June 23, 1977)
Moondog  Enough About Human Rights!   Options H'art Songs
(Kopf 1978)
Cults Percussion Ensemble‎  Baia   Options Cults Percussion Ensemble‎
(Highland Recording Studio/Trunk 1979)
The Sign of Four  Jumping Beans   Options Hammer, Anvil, Stirrup
(Jazzman 2013)
David Van De Woestijne  Les Céphalopodes   Options Institute For Psychoacoustics and Electronic Music (IPEM):
50 Years of Electronic and Electroacoustic Music at the Ghent University
(Metaphon 1964)
Johanna Kunin  Mobius Waves   Options Clouds Electric

Talkover Music:
Annbjørg Lien 
The Water Lily   Options Felefeber: Norwegian Fiddle Fantasia
(Shanachie 1995)

Anawa i Andrzej Zaucha  Abys Czul   Options Anawa
(Polskie Nagrania Muza 1973)
Katarzyna Sobczyk, Henryk Fabian, Czerwono-Czarni  Małe Kłamstwa   Options Zakochani Są Sami Na Świecie
(Pronit 1968)
Daab  Po Trzykroć Pytam   Options Daab
( 2004)
Czesław Niemen  Przyjdz w Taka Noc   Options Czy Mnie Jeszcze Pamietasz
(Polskie Nagrania Muza 1968)
Polanie  A Ty Pocalujesz Mnie   Options Wrenchin' the Wires:
Wild '60s Bloc-Busters from Poland
(Zuma 1967)
Andrzej Zaucha  Księżniczka   Options Polish Funk: The Unique Selection of Rare Grooves from Poland of the 70's
(Polskie Nagrania 1974)

Talkover Music:
Billy Butler 
You Won't Let Me Forget   Options The Right Tracks: The Complete Okeh Recordings 1963-1966
(Kent )

LaVern Baker w. Todd Rhodes & His Orchestra  Pig Latin Blues   Options b/w Todd Rhodes: Blue Autumn
(King 1952)
Jeannie Trevor  Tinklin' Bells   Options Brent: Superb 60s Soul Sounds
(Ace 1965)
John J. Moses  Night Out   Options b/w Fickle Women
(Black Magic 1961)
The Spinners  Tea House in China Town   Options The Original Spinners: Truly Yours
(Ace 1967)
Marvin Gaye  Love's More Precious Than Gold   Options Love Starved Heart: Rare and Unreleased
(Motown 1963)
The Rising Sun  Do What You're Doin'   Options b/w One Night Affair
(Suncut 1971)

Closing Theme:
John Lee Hooker 
Stand By   Options I Feel Good
(Jewel 1971)

Listener comments!

Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 8:45am bobdc:

Looking forward to some toe-tappin' tunes!
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 8:51am Doug Schulkind:

Good morning, bobdc! There shall be much rug-cutting.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 8:53am listener james from westwood:

Always nice to have a well-heeled host.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 8:54am Doug Schulkind:

We're all going to heel in the end, Listener James. Might as well boogie.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 8:59am Andrew Waterloo:

good morning
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:00am Doug Schulkind:

Woo hoo, Waterloo!
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:01am listener james from westwood:

Doug, I'd have to be callus to disagree with that.

Morning, Doug and all!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 2/6/15 9:02am Konin:

It's....
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 9:02am Brian in UK:

Hello doug

james oh those corny jokes.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 9:03am Uncle Michael:

Good morning everyone.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:03am listener james from westwood:

Indeed, Brian, indeed. My last one toed the line.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:03am Dr. Scholl:

Listener James, I don't get it.
Avatar    Fri. 2/6/15 9:03am duke:

Good morning DrummerSomes.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:04am Gary:

Hola!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 9:05am Brian in UK:

Ever been a band called The Fallen Arches? Or the Fallen Archies, the dropout cartoon group.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 2/6/15 9:06am doca:

Thanks for bringing us regurgitated food, @Doug. Hi all!
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:07am Doug Schulkind:

Good morning, Konin! Good afternoon, Brian in UK! Good even earlier morning, Uncle Michael. Good forever and ever, duke, Gary and doca!!
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:11am ndbob:

morning Doug and everyone!
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:12am Doug Schulkind:

BTW: Smilin' Eddie just said "snigger" there, not that other word. I had to listen to it about ten times.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:13am Doug Schulkind:

Hullo there, ndbob!
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:13am Doug Schulkind:

@doca
I was put on this earth to throw up fabulous music into your mouths!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 9:17am Andrew Waterloo:

my mouth? I guess I wasn't wearing my headphones wrong..
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 2/6/15 9:17am doca:

Thank God for all this feeding tube music
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:18am listener james from westwood:

@Doug: I did double-take that soundalike word there. You never know what you're gonna find on some Antique Phonograph Hour–vintage recordings!
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:18am Doug Schulkind:

They say a way to a wo/man's heart is through their inner-ear.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:19am Doug Schulkind:

@Listener James
You got that right.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:26am Gary:

We thought it was a pun
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:28am ndbob:

Apollo also put out some Yiddish humor records
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:28am Alex In Illinois:

I thought that maybe that was the way the title was actually written on the label. For example, the way the "Fiddler's of Country Music" series has that awful apostrophe in its name.
  Fri. 2/6/15 9:29am Mr C:

Doug is a founding member of the righteous brothers....
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:31am Gary:

Is this from that green album that Arab Tunes shared a while back?
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:33am Doug Schulkind:

Hello, Alex in Illinoi's!
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:33am Doug Schulkind:

@Mr C
I rather think of myself as lefteous.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:34am Doug Schulkind:

@Gary
Yes yes a thousand times yes! lazyproduction-arabtunes.blogspot.it...
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:35am still b/p:

Lefteous...Minister of Sinister.
I'd sure rather stay and listen to wonderful tracks like this' un right here, and watch while the pump pats the carpet to send me a secret message...but I gotta go do a little work for a little money or some damn thing.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:37am Doug Schulkind:

@still b/p
That it between you and your corporate overlords.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 9:39am Brian in UK:

Where does this Najat track originate, Mr DJ?
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:40am Doug Schulkind:

I'll try to find it, Brian in UK.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:41am listener james from westwood:

Whatever its origin, it's a keeper!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 9:41am Brian in UK:

I am favouring Syria for some reason.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:42am Doug Schulkind:

Here is that Najat: moroccantapestash.blogspot.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 2/6/15 9:43am Hugo:

Perhaps a track from the great Orchestre National de Barbès?
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:43am Doug Schulkind:

You should know:
The song coming up after this one is maybe my favorite of the year, so far.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 9:44am Brian in UK:

Another reason to go to Morocco.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 2/6/15 9:45am Hugo:

I only made it to Tanger. The kid went to Marrakesch (and beyond) last year.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:47am Doug Schulkind:

That would be a lovely and perfectly appropriate choice, Hugo.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:48am Doug Schulkind:

Instead, we shall go to Bénin, home to the original kingdom of Dahomey, where they were making things with iron almost before man began.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 9:50am Brian in UK:

The perfect wedding band, they can play any style you want.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 9:54am Brian in UK:

Here is a link to a programme about Brian Shimkovitz (Awesome Tapes from Africa) Not now later.
www.bbc.co.uk...
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:55am Doug Schulkind:

Poly want a rythmo? Squawk!
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 9:57am Doug Schulkind:

I should be a bigger fan of Awesome Tapes From African than I am. (Though I have download a ton from the blog.) There is something about turning the simple joy of sharing/blogging music into an industry that rubs me the wrong way.

In other words, I am jealous as hell.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 10:01am Doug Schulkind:

I would pay cash money to see this crazy shangaan music performed live on real instruments!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 10:03am Brian in UK:

Imagine Give the Drummer Some from around the world. First week in the Amazon, second week in Baku, third week in Tahiti, fourth week in Tahiti, fifth week in Tahiti.........
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 10:05am glenn:

no austerity here, that's all i gotta say.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 10:09am Doug Schulkind:

What about Paul Austerity, huh glenn?!

@Brian in UK
Imagine me getting PAID to travel the world bringing Give the Drummer Some to the people.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 10:10am glenn:

ummmmm. you got me there.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 10:10am ndbob:

I once found one of Ayler's ESP records ata church flea market
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 10:11am Doug Schulkind:

Paul Auster: en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 10:12am glenn:

welp, my supreme court, in its wisdom, has just granted canadians the right to euthanasia, should they wish same. it's about time.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 10:13am Doug Schulkind:

Sonore is:

Peter Brötzmann ~ alto & tenor sax, tárogató, clarinet
Ken Vandermark ~ tenor sax, clarinet
Mats Gustafsson ~ baritone sax
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 2/6/15 10:14am Hugo:

Sonorous, indeed. Three chaps in one go do create quite a ruckus, particularly these three.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 10:16am Doug Schulkind:

Was the World Sax Quartet the first of the solo-sax groups? There have been so many since.

@glenn
Remember, it's just an option, not a suggestion.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 2/6/15 10:17am Hugo:

I tried to go Cafe OTO last time I was in London, but didn't make it. Anybody's been there? In the Dalston area, btw.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 10:18am Doug Schulkind:

By the way:

HAPPY 70TH BIRTHDAY, ROBERT NESTA MARLEY!
  Fri. 2/6/15 10:33am jeff g @ the eye doc:

Manfred Blazer had an all-horn group going in mid-70s Germany, I think?
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 10:34am Doug Schulkind:

I love you, jeff g @ the eye doc!

You could have just stayed home and used the app iDoc.
  Fri. 2/6/15 10:35am jeff g @ the eye doc:

Or wait: Manfred Schulze?
  Fri. 2/6/15 10:37am jeff g @ the eye doc:

Love you!

Ps. DO Radio was considering an all-brass-group sampler for this year's FMU Marathon premium. All that brass. All those puns. We went in a different direction.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 2/6/15 10:37am Lewis:

Doug - were you the curator of "Jazz Burns Ken"? I am guessing yes...
Avatar    Fri. 2/6/15 10:38am duke:

I can go on for 19.5 hours about what I found lacking in Burns' jazz documentary.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 10:40am Flash Strap:

Flash Strap just wakin' up and checkin' in!
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 10:44am Doug Schulkind:

@Lewis
Yes, I did a marathon premium a few years back called Jazz Burns Ken which attempted to demolish, in 70 short minutes, Ken Burn's ridiculous jazz jingoism.

Mornin', Mr. Flash Strap! Your Explorers Room last night was one in a Umiliani!
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 10:44am listener james from westwood:

Howdy, Flash, Jeff G @ the oculist (or the occultist?), and all!
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 10:46am Gary:

Loved the DM track -- I thought it was French, until I Googled them
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 10:47am Flash Strap:

Thanks Doug! Aloha James

I haven't seen the Burns Jazz, but I hear all bad things from good people. What are a few of its worst crimes and ideological sins?
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 10:49am Doug Schulkind:

@FS
Burns uses Branford Marsalis to attack Cecil Taylor. And he uses Wynton Marsalis, Albert Murray and Stanley Crouch to attack pretty much everyone else who made creative music after 1960.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 10:52am ndbob:

I never saw the Burns documentary - largely based on comments by Doug and others
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 10:56am Doug Schulkind:

@FS
Burns relied on Wynton Marsalis to define "jazz" as a uniquely and exclusively American art form. One that somehow mirrors the idea of "Democracy" in it's egalitarian, collective creation. All the while, Burns/Marsalis trash any type of exploration that tried to break out of traditional forms and structures. It was a most vile imposition of small-minded orthodoxy. Completely missing the spirit of "jazz's" boundary pushing and the seeking of originality.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 10:56am Flash Strap:

ugh. that's sort of the Marsalis party line. boy, that series ended up shaping a lot of people's conception of jazz, too.
  Fri. 2/6/15 10:58am Dean:

Perversely, I'm kinda pleased that the brothers Marsalis hold such provincial views, with which I don't agree. It suggests there's something worth fighting for in the musical arts. Both Wynton and Branford have made recordings I really enjoy. Branford's trio live in Bloomington is super. Why they'd be so committed to dissing other talents, I don't know, but the polemics can be refreshing. Crouch, on the other hand, writes really lame liner notes.

I was once strolling through a historical area of Sacramento with friend early one morning. Two guys were walking toward us. When we passed them, I realized one of them was Wynton. He's really short.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 10:58am Flash Strap:

on a happy note, this is one of the most-loved, most-played tracks in my home
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 2/6/15 10:59am Lewis:

@Doug - I would add that boundary pushing is also central to Democracy. I have argued that the health of a culture is indicated by the extent to which fringes are strong...
  Fri. 2/6/15 10:59am Dean:

You're channeling Madison, @Lewis.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:00am Flash Strap:

@ Lewis: yes!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 2/6/15 11:00am Lewis:

@Dean - glad I am in good company!
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:01am Flash Strap:

ahhhhhhhhh yeah
"Baia, beautiful Baia"
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:02am Doug Schulkind:

For me, the very best moment in the Burns film occurs in the very first episode and it is merely the presentation of one extraordinary still photograph. In a sort of modern pietà, Frankie Trumbauer is shown solemnly holding his C-melody saxophone in the most moving embrace. The instrument is his child. Amazing.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:07am ndbob:

wow I never knew any live albums were recorded here
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:11am Doug Schulkind:

Years ago, I worked for a book publisher who had signed a contract with Stanley Crouch. I was likely going to be its editor, but Crouch never delivered the manuscript.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:15am listener james from westwood:

Thank you, I wondered if it had been Viers for the first 30 sec! Also quite lovely!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 11:19am Uncle Michael:

I don't see Branford as provincial.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:20am Doug Schulkind:

@Listener James
I don't go more than a week without listening to Ms. Veirs.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 11:23am Uncle Michael:

To me, it seems Wynton defines jazz as not just American, but specifically...almost exclusively...African-American, in its development.
  Fri. 2/6/15 11:24am Dean:

Agreed re: Branford. Could have picked a better word, but even then Branford seems more chill, less uptight than Wynton about enforcing imaginary boundaries.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:25am glenn:

*slowly backs away from jazz argument, hopes baseball argument will begin soon*
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 11:26am Uncle Michael:

Yeah, Branford's been all about playing anything with anyone...Buckethead...Grateful Dead...
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:26am Doug Schulkind:

@glenn
We could talk about Russell Nathan Jeanson Coltrane Martin, Jr!
  Fri. 2/6/15 11:27am Dean:

Branford even played with the Mets.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:27am glenn:

that's not an argument!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 2/6/15 11:28am Mike East:

Wynton comes in here sometimes. I like him cuz he sets an example of gettin' PAID as a jazz musician. Brings up the standard and gives other jazz musicians a chance to earn closer to what they're worth.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:28am Gary:

I go off for a quick shower and you make with the awesome Polish music?
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:29am Doug Schulkind:

I know you love you some Czesław Niemen, Gary.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:30am Gary:

Niemen!
  Fri. 2/6/15 11:30am Mr C:

It's unfair to lump Wynton and Branford together. They definitely don't think or speak as one.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 11:31am Brian in UK:

@Hugo bit late been doing the Rufus Thomas. Seen Lonnie Holley, William Parker, Mike Cooper at Cafe Oto. Great gig. Audiences in London are so rude and chatter. In Oto total respect. During one Marc Ribot acoustic concert they turned off the 'fridge behind the bar because it was too noisy.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:32am Doug Schulkind:

Absolutely so, Mr C.

OK everyone, what the hell is this song by Polanie?!?!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 11:35am Brian in UK:

Time for a shot of Belevedere methinks.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 11:35am Brian in UK:

Looking forward to Doug's pronounciations.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:36am Gary:

Fine; I will star the whole set
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 11:36am Uncle Michael:

Use me up with the Polish funk!
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:37am Doug Schulkind:

@Brian in UK
God help me.
  Fri. 2/6/15 11:39am Dean:

What do you get when you lump Wynton and Branford together and spoon them into Portobello caps? Mushrooms Marsalis.
Avatar    Fri. 2/6/15 11:40am duke:

This bed track is very cool. Okeh had so many great recordings.
Avatar    Fri. 2/6/15 11:41am duke:

Yes, what she said.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:42am glenn:

ogay rummerday!
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:44am Doug Schulkind:

GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO PROGRAMMING ALERT...
Uncle Michael is up next here on the Drummer Stream with Hinky Dinky Time: wfmu.org...
  Fri. 2/6/15 11:47am Holly in NC:

Hello! working can't chat, am listening, hope everyone is having a great day
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:47am Doug Schulkind:

Yay, Holly in NC!
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:48am glenn:

wash your hands, holly.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 11:48am Uncle Michael:

Thank you Doug...I got caught having to reboot a computer here...no link from me.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 11:49am Brian in UK:

Nice one, Drummer.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:49am Doug Schulkind:

I gotcher back, Uncle Michael.
  Fri. 2/6/15 11:50am Mr C:

Cool find with Spinners...
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:50am Flash Strap:

yeah, this track is red hot
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:50am Doug Schulkind:

This great Spinners song is offensive on several levels.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:52am Doug Schulkind:

@glenn
That was funny.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 2/6/15 11:53am Konin:

Hat's off, sir. Great set. Enjoyed my dishwashing.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:54am glenn:

i have my moments.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:55am Doug Schulkind:

@Konin
You with the dishes; me with the platters. Nice teamwork.
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:56am Doug Schulkind:

I made the lady's foot tap faster. Because I have the power.
  Fri. 2/6/15 11:56am Mr C:

How about expanding the Live Drummer franchise?
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:56am jill:

great show Doug!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 11:57am Uncle Michael:

Are you scratching her belly, Doug?
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:57am Doug Schulkind:

@Mr C
We can make it WORK!

@Jill
How the heck are ya?!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 2/6/15 11:57am northguineahills:

Great stuff, Doug, thanks!
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:57am ndbob:

excellent show Doug!
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:57am Doug Schulkind:

Hi ngh!
Avatar    Fri. 2/6/15 11:58am duke:

Great show!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 2/6/15 11:58am Uncle Michael:

See you all in the next room. Really enjoyed the show.
  Fri. 2/6/15 11:58am Holly in NC:

@Glenn my hands so far today exposed to human poo, dog poo, cat poo, raw chicken, and cooked lobstet, so yes. All about the soap
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:58am Gary:

Dzięki za wspaniałą muzykę, Doug!
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 11:58am listener james from westwood:

Thanks muchly, Doug!!
Avatar Fri. 2/6/15 12:02pm Doug Schulkind:

@Gary
My pleasure!

I LOVED LOVED LOVED playing them records for y'all!
  Sat. 2/7/15 3:16pm Listener Gregory:

I don't know if it's the Polanie song, but one of them towards the end sounded much like Bill Withers' "Use Me Up." The guitar and bass parts more than the vocals.
Avatar Sat. 2/7/15 3:22pm Doug Schulkind:

@Listener Gregory
Wow are you right! It's the Andrzej Zaucha track that is referencing the Bill Withers tune. No doubt. I am still pulling my hair out over the song that Polanie appears to be covering, however.
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